Injection Molding Handbook

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Tim A. Osswald, Lih-Sheng Turng, Paul J. Gramann
Carl Hanser Publishers, 2008 - Technology & Engineering - 764 pages
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The injection molding industry has a new, up-to-date, comprehensive handbook. Serving engineers, professionals, and others involved in this important industry sector, the handbook thoroughly covers every detail of the machine and the process. This all-encompassing resource also includes the topics directly affecting the injection molding process, such as materials, process control, simulation, design, and troubleshooting. The handbook presents a well-rounded overview of the underlying theory and physics that control the common injection molding process variation, without losing the practical hands-on presentation used throughout. This important book was written by a specifically chosen group of authors with a wide range of experience and perspective on the injection molding process—authors who are leading practitioners and researchers both in industry and academia.

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not very good AT ALL. did not help me with my work. do not buy!

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